10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBOPERCULA»
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, Dictionary of Arts, ...
Several, one of them very long .. ..Osrnsomanus 8. In all the fins, except the
pcttorala .............Macaoronus 7. Fin-rays not elongated. Palate toothless.
Opercula and subopercula acutely toothed Ananas 1. Opercula and subopercula
Thomas Stewart Traill, 1856
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, ...
In all the fins, except the pectoral: .............MACBOPODU8 7. Fin-rays not
elongated. Palate toothless. Opercula and subopercula acutely toothed ANABAB
l. Opercula and subopercula not toothed. Tmh on the lips ........................... "
The Encyclopædia Britannica, or, Dictionary of arts, ...
Body Fin-rays not elongated. elongated, nearly cylindrical anteriorly, somewhat
compressed pos- Palate toothless. teriorly. Head more or less depressed, a little
wider than the Opercula and subopercula acutely toothed Anabas 1. body.
Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences
If one examines the various easily observed bones such as the subopercula (
Smith 1940) or the gular plates (Fig. 17) one is struck by the regular incremental
lines which are visible on the surface. Radiographs should be even more clear
Halibut sagittal otoliths, scales, opercula, preopercula, and subopercula were
collected, examined, and compared. A number of preparation techniques and
ageing methods were applied to the different structures in an attempt to clarify
Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute ...
The subopercula : these are of very peculiar form, and are attached to the
anterior faces of the ridges on the opercula bones for rather more than one-half
the length of the latter ; they decrease in size as they rise, terminating in flatted
Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
oPercula, preopercula and subopercula scaly, as in the preceding species. .B. 17
, P. 15', V. 9. D. 14', A. 14, C. 19%;). This small individual was eight or ten inches
long, and was found in Saratoga Lake. The fishermen assured me that it grew ...
The Animal Kingdom: Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization
(2) The Syngnathi constitute a numerous genus characterized by a tubular snout,
formed, like that of the Fistularidx, by the prolongation of the ethmoid, vomer,
tympanals, preopercula, subopercula, Sec., and terminated by an ordinary mouth
Georges baron Cuvier, 1832
arcana of science and art
The snb-genns Malthe has the following characters assigned to it in the Regne
Animal. The head much depressedand greatly widened by the jutting out of the
elongated subopercula ; the eyes far forward; the snout projecting like a small
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction
phius (Malthe) Cubifrons, Syuare-brewed Malthe. The sub-genus Mslthe has the
following characters assigned to it in the Régne Animal. The head much
depressed and greatly widened by the jutting out of the elongated subopercula;
the eyes ...
Reuben Percy, John Timbs, 1836
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